Twitter Stories November 7

Twitter today has announced that it will be raising its character limit from 140 to 280 for all users. Twitter first began testing the increased limit back in September, which came with a lot of criticism from users.

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Twitter Stories October 26

Twitter over-counted number of users, but may make its first ever profit this quarter

Announcing its quarterly financials, Twitter admitted that it had over-counted the number of users it had, but said that the error amounted to less than 1%. It said that even with the correction, it had seen the number of active users grow by 4M in the past quarter …

Twitter Stories October 18

Twitter has responded to Friday’s #WomenBoycottTwitter protest by revealing new steps it will be taking to tackle abusive posts on the platform.

The protest, in which many women refrained from posting on the social network for 24 hours, led to an 8-tweet response from CEO Jack Dorsey in which he said that he recognized the company was not doing enough, and promised new rules in five areas …

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Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!

Twitter Stories October 9

Following the announcement of longer 280 character tweets, Twitter has revealed that it is developing a bookmarking feature to save tweets. A highly requested and obvious feature, one product manager at the company today shared an early prototype.

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Twitter Stories September 27

PSA: Here’s how to get access to 280-character tweets before Twitter rolls it out to all

Twitter revealed yesterday that it would be doubling the maximum length of a tweet from 140 characters to a full 280 characters. Initially, it is rolling out the new limit to a small percentage of users ahead of a wider deployment later …

Twitter Stories September 26

Twitter today is moving away from its traditional 140 character tweet limit. The company has announced that it is testing a new 280 character limit for some users. Product manager Aliza Rosen made the likely controversial reveal in a blog post this afternoon

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